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Where can I find a replacement safety harness ( the plastic piece that all the safety straps go through) and how much does it cost? for the step 2 toddler swing and slide

The plastic piece that the safety straps go through is cracked and needs replacing or the whole unit with straps needs replacing. Where can I find this?

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The harness should never be completely removed due to the safety implications of it being incorrectly re-fitted.

Please contact the customer service department on 01284 413 141 Mon-Fri 8.30-4.30 to discuss booking the carseat in for our engineers to rectify it and what the cost will be.

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The first thing that must be done is to strip the wires so that about a quarter of an inch is showing of the wire that comes out of your CD player's wires. Every single wire which is about 12 wires or so, must be stripped in order to proceed to the next step.

Step 2
After your wires are stripped. Take the new wire harness, the one I'm assuming you made sure is fit for your model of vehicle. You could buy these harnesses at BestBuy or your local car audio store. Take the harness and if you got a good quality harness it should be already stripped. If they're not already stripped, then strip them.

Step 3
Now here's the tricky part that's only tricky until you read this step.
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Dorel Juvenile Group Announces a Voluntary Safety Recall of the Harness Adjustment ******** Certain Cosco®, Safety 1st® and Eddie Bauer® Brand Child Restraint Systems
Columbus, IN August 30, 2007- Dorel Juvenile Group (DJG) is issuing a voluntary safety recall for certain Cosco®, Safety 1st® and Eddie Bauer® brand child restraint systems manufactured during November 2003 through December 2005. Although no injuries have been reported, there is a potential for the harness adjustment strap to loosen during use. If this were to occur, the harness may be loose around the child, possibly increasing the risk of injury in a crash. We feel that it is important to replace the harness adjustment strap.

Model numbers affected are:
Cosco®: Alpha Omega®, Alpha Omega EliteTM: 22150, 22155, 22180, 22269; Eddie Bauer®: 3-in-1, Deluxe 3-in-1, Deluxe Convertible: 22740, 22750, 22755, 22756, 22757, 22770; Safety 1st® : Alpha EliteTM, Alpha Omega®, Alpha Omega EliteTM, Alpha SportTM, InteraTM, EnspiraTM: 22151, 22450, 22451, 22452, 22453, 22455, 22460, 22480, 22481

The model number and date of manufacture may be found on a sticker located on the side or back of the child restraint system.

DJG will contact all registered owners and provide them with information on how to obtain a free repair kit to replace the harness adjustment strap. Those consumers who have not registered their product should visit www.djgusa.com or call 800-219-0509 to order a free repair kit. The affected seats should not be returned to the retailer.

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Professional mechanics cringe, when a wiring problem of this magnitude comes their way!

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